Alien themed tech-death masters Rings Of Saturn, announced their 24-date U.S headlining trek entitled The Dank Meme tour. Kicking off on March 2nd at Club Redd, the tour will make stops in Anaheim, New York, and Atlanta before it concludes on March 30th at the Gas Monkey Bar ‘N Grill in Dallas. Joining the band on stage are purveyors of Goblin Metal Nekrogoblikon, Colorado tech-metallers Allegaeon and California quartet Entheos.
Rings Of Saturn comments, “We can’t wait to head out on The Dank Meme Tour so we can bring more of the Ultu Ulla album to our fans live. With support from Nekrogoblikon, Allegaeon and Entheos this tour is gonna be sick.”
Allegaeon vocalist Riley McShane comments:
“Hi, friends! Very excited to announce that we are joining our friends in Rings of Saturn, Nekrogoblikon, and Entheos, for another US tour in March. We can’t wait to see all your faces, send us memes to harass each other with until we finish touring and hit the studio later this year for album number 5! If you’re at a show, you’ll hear a new song: Extremophile(b): Evolution.”
Rings Of Saturn released their highly acclaimed fourth full length studio album, Ultu Ulla, last July. The alien death core quartet presented an entirely new and esoteric proposition to heavy metal that led to their highest first week sales.
Pick up Ultu Ulla in the format of your choice as well as merchandise at this location.
Tickets for The Dank Meme tour are now available for purchase!
Confirmed dates for Rings Of Saturn’s The Dank Meme Tour 2018 with Nekrogoblikon, Allegaeon and Entheos are:
3/02/2018 Club Red West – Phoenix, AZ
3/03/2018 Chain Reaction – Anaheim, CA
3/04/2018 1720 – Los Angeles, CA
3/05/2018 Holy Diver – Sacramento, CA
3/07/2018 Studio Seven – Seattle, WA
3/08/2018 Analog Theater – Portland, OR
3/09/2018 The Pin – Spokane, WA
3/10/2018 In The Venue – Salt Lake City, UT
3/11/2018 Marquis Theater – Denver, CO
3/13/2018 Amsterdam Bar Grill – Minneapolis, MN
3/14/2018 Wire – Berwyn, IL
3/15/2018 Emerson Theater – Indianapolis, IN
3/16/2018 Rex Theater – Pittsburgh, PA
3/17/2018 Gramercy – New York, NY
3/18/2018 Webster Underground – Hartford, CT
3/20/2018 Voltage Lounge – Philadelphia, PA
3/21/2018 Canal Club – Richmond, VA
3/22/2018 Blind Tiger – Greensboro, NC
3/23/2018 Masquerade Hell – Atlanta, GA
3/24/2018 O’Malley’s – Margate, FL
3/25/2018 Crowbar – Tampa, FL
3/28/2018 Walter’s – Houston, TX
3/29/2018 Come and Take It Live – Austin, TX
3/30/2018 Gas Monkey – Dallas, TX
About Rings Of Saturn:
Arriving back on the scene with their fourth full length studio album Ultu Ulla and now signed to Nuclear Blast Records as of May 2016, return technical death core musicians Rings Of Saturn. This self-dictated ‘Alien death core’ band present an entirely new and esoteric proposition to heavy metal. Terrorizing earthlings with their intense measures of technicality is something that Rings Of Saturn excel in. Always pushing boundaries, yet maintaining a level enough balance to safeguard the sound that their fans love, they have mastered a rare form of self-control as they continue to shred, break down, and scream their way through modern music. Always looking for new ways to expand upon their current sound, Rings Of Saturn present a level of technical precision which is rare to see in modern death core. Currently, their lineup includes founding member Lucas Mann on guitar, Miles Dimitri Baker on guitar, Aaron Stechauner on drums, and vocalist Ian Bearer. This album cycle the guys deliver to us quite possibly their most polished sounding tracks yet. They showcase funky rhythm and skull crushing breakdowns that are so powerful they drag you to the ground while still lending the feeling of speeding through a math equation.
Rings Of Saturn are a powerhouse of heaviness, mind bending theme, and unbridled technicality. “We’re an experimental band and our fans know that. the most important part is to be able to express yourself during any point in your life through your music. We’ll continue experimenting and reaching for new exciting things. Every single part of the album will have your blood pumping too hard: be careful when listening, please!” The invasion of Rings Of Saturn is a permanent one, earthlings. Stay tuned to bear witness to the continual development of their incredible sound as the celestial bodies revolve!